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DOS Games > Arcade Action > W > Wizkid for DOS

Wizkid

Genre: Arcade    |     Year: 1992    |     Publisher: Ocean    |     Developer: Sensible Software
Game Review (written by Megazero) Added on: 05/28/2007
If you enjoyed playing the fabulous game called Wizball then you'll just love the sequel Wizkid. This game has once again come out to be a hit. This time you play the son of the wizard, Wizkid. Zark, the bad bad guy has kidnapped your father and is holding him prisoner at his island. It's up to you to save him and take care of Zark!
This game if you haven't played the first may trip you out. It has catchy music and wacky backgrounds.
But the game itself, I warn you, is just plain crazy! Popping bubbles for notes and saving kittens, who will help you out on your journey is the key. Passing multiple levels varying from trips to the circus and dangerous volcanos to fighting off hungry vampires and meeting a dog girl this is one wild adventure you won't forget.
Now this game is not all wild. At some points in the game you may come across crossword puzzles and your brain must now come into play, see the computer screen wonít suck your brain out too much. Don't be alarmed these puzzles wonít count against you if you cannot complete it. Which I will once again warn are really hard. Though they don't count
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against you time is. These crossword puzzles are timed and go bye-bye if not completed.
Now this game is not all puzzles you know it also has its fair share of role-playing and adventure. Be wise as you collect money throughout the game and spend it wisely as money is hard to come by. This is also what makes this game so fun. Money doesn't grow on trees you know. Enter stores and purchase items that will help you along the way and put it in your pocket. And again I will warn you pocket can only carry so much so choose wisely as some items arenít as handy as others!!
I highly recommend this game and I say it's a must when adding to your collection. So if you wanna rescue kittens and pop bubbles or you just wanna see come crazy and bizarre things then download this game and be a part of the adventure! Just remember everything that you do or get may play an important role in your quest to save Wizkidís father!!! So have fun tripping out on this excellent game!!
 
 
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Abdulah74 (06/01/2007)
This game was fun back in the day, I remember so many hours wasted playing this game
 
 
Cole (05/30/2007)
It was a lot of fun.

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